The Cyber Center aims to educate the general public and students on the basics of cyber security with actionable tips for preventing cyber attacks.
“We are reaching out to all segments of society to encourage them to learn more about cybersecurity and make the world a safer place.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by elected officials who commended the Security Center as an influential initiative to raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity and the role individuals can play in preventing cyberthreats. bottom.
“Everyone at Checkpoint, thank you for playing such an important role in protecting and keeping the world safe.
The need for prevention-based cybersecurity awareness has never been greater. In 2022, global cyberattacks increased by 38% compared to 2021, with an average of 1,168 attacks per organization worldwide per week. Health care and education were two of the hardest-hit sectors, with many hospitals and schools forced to temporarily suspend operations. Check Point aims to raise awareness of cybersecurity best practices and cyber hygiene by educating the public on the essentials of cybersecurity.
The Cyber Center not only provides actionable tips for preventing cyberattacks, but also covers the history of cybersecurity since its inception. Exhibits and videos explore the evolution of cyber threats and the technological innovations that helped combat them. The center also highlights the contributions of Check Point’s founders.
The Cyber Center is free to join and serves as an educational tool for students considering a career in the tech industry. With an estimated 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs unfilled worldwide, it is critical that the industry builds and supports a talent pipeline.